• Aiu Db 5
    question, it will be necessary to explain a reason for water’s importance based upon its chemical and /or physical properties. C. Biological Molecule: 1. State the most abundant category of biological molecule in your food: carbohydrates, lipids, or proteins. 2. Describe the structure...
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  • Nutritional Information on Grapefruits
    cooling, and purifying itself. Our bodies depend on water (as blood) as a transport system to maintain normal body temperature, and supply us with nutrients and electrical impulses. C. Biological Molecule 1. State the most abundant category of biological molecule in your food: carbohydrates...
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  • Science Db Unit 1
    providing Hydrogen and Oxygen. Biological Molecule: o State the highest category of biological molecule in your food: carbohydrates, lipids, or proteins. The highest category of biological molecule in: Carbohydrates is 44.51g, Lipids is monounsaturated fatty acids at .139g, and Proteins is 4.25g...
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  • Lecture 13 Nutritional Requirements
    minerals and vitamins make up less than 1% of you. Energy Nutrients: Carbohydrates, Lipids and Proteins Carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins are organic (carbon-containing) compounds and are used by your body as a source of energy, or kilocalories. They are, therefore, often referred to as the...
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  • 5 Major Compounds That Make Up the Human Body
    foods that contain them. Carbohydrates are some of the most abundant molecules in living organisms. They play a major role as food molecules in the cell, being broken down to produce energy. Carbohydrates can also be converted into glucose, the form of sugar that is s transported and used by the...
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  • Chapter 1 Bio Definitions
    nucleic acid (DNA/RNA) and protein sequence, structure, function, pathways (neural pathways included) and genetic interactions. biological functionality biomolecules is any molecule that is produced by a living organism, including large macromolecules such as proteins, polysaccharides, lipids...
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  • Fuse
    Life Science • There are four categories of large biological molecules: – carbohydrates, – lipids, – proteins, and – nucleic acids. Large biological Functions molecules Carbohydrates Components Examples Monosaccharides: glucose, fructose; Disaccharides: lactose, sucrose...
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  • Exam review biology
       Why are there so many possible types of organic compounds? because each C atom can make 4 covalent bonds    What are the classes of the large biological molecules? carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids    What are polymers? They're large molecules made of...
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  • Biology for Engineers
    , such as carbohydrate or lipid derivatives, these occur at the chaperone site. Eventually, mRNA molecules are broken down into nucleotides by cytoplasmic enzymes. Mitochondrial DNA does not have introns. Mitochondria each have the complete set of machinery to produce its own proteins, the...
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  • Unit 1
    components of this food item? If so, list these. If not, say so. A. How much of your food item is water? Provide one reason why water is important for life. B. State the highest category of biological molecule in your food - Carbohydrates, Lipids, or Proteins. Describe the structure of...
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  • Communication Studies
    and Polymers Biological macromolecules are defined as large molecules made up of smaller organic molecules. There are four classes of macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids. In this lab, you will learn about the first three, nucleic acids will be covered in a later lab...
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  • Chapter 2 Course Notes Anatomy and Physiology
    dissolved in water produces hydroxyle anion (OH-) as the only negative ion. The most abundant base we have in our body is NaOH sodium hydroxide. Organic compound: defined as the stuff our cells are made up of. EO Molecular formula known as CH4 is regarded as an organic molecule. Carbohydrate...
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  • Biology Outline
    nonpolar and hydrophobic, glucose with several -OH groups is actually hydrophilic Biological molecules of cells Biological molecules are organic molecules in cells grouped into only four catagories Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic acids Certain biological molecules in cells are composed of...
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  • Biology Notes
    is ten fold -difference in the concentration of H+ in pH3 and pH5 is 100 fold -pH7 is neutral -below 7 is an acid -above 7 is a base -as pH decreases by 1 unit, H+ concentration increases ten fold Biological Molecules 1. Water 2. Carbohydrates 3. Lipids 4. Proteins 5. Nucleic Acids...
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  • Nutrition Study Guide
    , appetite, current AMDRs The nutrients we need are divided into 6 major categories: 1. Carbohydrate Known as Starches, Sugars and Fibers Carbohydrate has 4 kcals for each gram 2. Fat (Lipids) Known as Triglycerides, Phospholipids and Sterols (Fats and Oils) fat has 9 kcals per gram 3...
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  • Nutrition
    their diet 6 nutrients – fats, carbs, protein, water, vitamins, minerals * Define an essential amino acid and describe a complete protein. Amino acid – nitrogren containing molecule that combine to make a protein Foods that contain all nine essential amino acids * What is the source of...
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  • Biology Unit 3 Notes
    walls of some fungi. Composed of modified glucose molecules. 3 L. Leong 2012 Proteins ∝ All contain C, H, O, N, some contain S & P Amino Acids ∝ There are 20 naturally occurring amino acids (humans rely on food for 9) ∝ All amino acids contain an amino group (NH₂) and carboxylic acid group...
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  • Lesson 1-8 Health and Nutrition
    Lesson 1 The Role of Nutrition In Your Health Introduction: Connecting Your Learning The Role of Nutrition in your Health Nutrition is the science of food and how food affects your body and your health. The six -essential nutrients found in the foods you eat are carbohydrates, fats, proteins...
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  • World History
    EXPERIMENT: Biological Molecules Here are your goals for this lesson: • To conduct tests for glucose, starch, lipids and proteins • Use these test results to identify the biological molecules found in food Student Name: Brittany Gerdes Date Experiment done:12-20-12 Date Report...
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  • Poem
    Biochemistry: categories of organic compounds Ruddy Severino There are four major compounds that compose the human body. It is impossible that anything living on earth today can live out these organic compounds. Those compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleotides. Each...
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